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Eucalyptus tetraptera - Four-winged Mallee  The left flower has JUST shed its large brown pyamidal bud cap, revealing stamens still unfurled.     The right-hand flower is a bit older, giving the stamens time to catch up with the stigma in the center of the "pink donut".

Eucalyptus tetraptera - Four-winged Mallee

The left flower has JUST shed its large brown pyamidal bud cap, revealing stamens still unfurled. The right-hand flower is a bit older, giving the stamens time to catch up with the stigma in the center of the "pink donut". This plant really never makes a tree, mostly just a messy straggle of branches in a big pile - with these stunning flowers. Cal Poly Campus, San Luis Obispo, CA 8Sept14 BushPhoto Myrtaceae

Corymbia citriodora

‘Blackbutt Tree III’ by ClodaghSHiggins

'Blackbutt Tree III' by ClodaghSHiggins.

EUCALYPTUS torquata. Native of Western Australia; the flower buds are carried in clusters of seven and take on a red colour just before flowering. The bottom section, of the cap, is ribbed and has a beak like extension. Buds are very distinctive and unlike any other Eucalypt buds. Flowers are large and usually pink, white, cream or red occurring from spring to midsummer with sporadic blooming at other times.

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Watsons Bay and the entrance to Sydney Harbour - Best Things to See Around Sydney Harbour - The Trusted Traveller

Things to See Around Sydney Harbour

Watsons Bay and the entrance to Sydney Harbour - Best Things to See Around Sydney Harbour - The Trusted Traveller

Gumnuts ( Eucalyptus and Corymbia pods are called gumnuts in Australia because they grow on Gumtrees!)

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Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus)

PlantFiles Pictures: Eucalyptus Species, Blue Gum, Southern Blue Gum, Tasmanian Blue Gum Tree (Eucalyptus globulus) by Kell

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Mottlecah (Eucalyptus macrocarpa) Flowers will come into bloom in the middle of year in winter.

Mottlecah (Eucalyptus macrocarpa) Flowers will come into bloom in the middle of year in winter.

Jingymia Mallee (Eucalyptus synandra) Uncommon in the wild and in cultivation

Jingymia Mallee (Eucalyptus synandra) Uncommon in the wild and in cultivation

Cazneaux’s Tree, near Wilpena Pound, is named after photographer Harold Cazneaux whose photograph of the tree in 1937 ‘Spirit of Endurance’ won international acclaim. The tree is an important local landmark in the Flinders Ranges, photographed and painted by many visitors.Botanical name: Eucalyptus camaldulensis  Common name: River red gum

Eucalyptus gregsoniana - ( Wolgan snow gum ) syn. E.pauciflora var. nana Family Myrtaceae Originating from Australia (NS Wales) A dwarf Eucalyptus forming a spreading shrub with glossy red shoots and blue/green jeuvinile leaves followed by red-margined green adult leaves. These hang from red branchlets in a most attractive manner giving a weeping effect. A lovely evergreen tree for a small garden.

Eucalyptus gregsoniana, Wolgan snow gum plants for sale, Urban Jungle.

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Gum trees (Eucalyptus viminalis), planted in the 1980's, line the drive.

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Gum trees (Eucalyptus viminalis), planted in the 1980's, line the drive.

Fuschia Gum  (Eucalyptus Forrestiana)

Fuschia Gum (Eucalyptus Forrestiana)